ALMR chooses Fleet Street Communications

Leisure, hospitality, food and drink consultancy Fleet Street Communications (FSC) has been appointed by the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) to handle its communications strategy.

Kate Nicholls

The ALMR campaigns on behalf of more than 200 member companies, and is celebrating its 25th year in 2017.

Kate Nicholls, chief executive at the ALMR, said: “We are delighted be working with FSC, who emerged from a highly competitive pitch situation. We are confident that their industry knowledge, expertise and connections in the sector, underpinned by their passion, will help us deliver on our mission to positively campaign and raise awareness of the issues that are paramount to our members, and the growth and success of their businesses.”

FSC will deliver a strategic communications plan designed to increase exposure for the organisation while communicating with key stakeholders including existing and new members. The consultancy will also build the ALMR’s profile as an authority in its industry.

Mark Stretton, managing director at FSC, added: “We are absolutely thrilled to have been appointed by the ALMR – an organisation with a compelling story to be told.”

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